ERNEST J. BORDINI, Ph.D. Clinical and Forensic Neuropsychology


www.NeuropsychologyCentral.com

Specializing in Adult, Adolescent and Child Clinical, Forensic and Neuropsychological Assessment

Over 20 years of licensed experience in assessing brain injuries.

Qualified as expert in neuropsychology in Federal, State, and Worker's Compensation jurisdictions.


Our Practice Website

Adhd Assessment

Crime Victim Help

Child Traumatic Injury and Pain

Child Neuropsychology

CPANCF NEWS

Vita

Name:  Ernest John Bordini, Ph.D.
Place of Birth:  Boston, MA
License: Florida Licensed Psychologist (May 1989)

Present Positions

6/89- present President and Executive Director,
Ernest J. Bordini, Ph.D. and Associates
d/b/a Clinical Psychology Associates of
North Central Florida (CPANCF)

Owner/Editor NeuropsychologyCentral.com

Neuropsychological, Psychological, and Forensic Evaluation

Supervision of Staff Psychologists

Supervision of Psychology Residents and Psychology

City of Gainesville EAP, Lead Provider (1999-

National Register of Health Care Service Providers
in Psychology, Certified

Workers Compensation Certified

8/89-6/11 Courtesy Clinical Assistant Professor,
Department of Psychiatry, University of Florida, Gainesville

Education

1988 Ph.D. University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida
Major Area: Clinical Psychology
Minor Area: Neuropsychology
Dissertation Title: Prediction of Incidents in a Forensic Psychiatric Facility using Demographic and Psychological Test Variables & Identification of Naturally Occurring Subgroups of Forensic Inpatients using Cluster Analysis of MMPI Profiles

1983 M.A. University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida
Major Area: Clinical Psychology
Thesis: Alcohol consumption as a  self-handicapping strategy in women

1979 B.A. Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts
Major: Psychology
Honors: Scholar of the College
Thesis: Social acceptance, social rejection and self-sabotage in success fearers.


Awards, Certification, and Honors

2000 Awarded the title of Distinguished Psychologist
by the Florida Psychological Association

1996 Certificate of Proficiency in Treatment of Alcohol
and Other Psychoactive Use Disorders, by the Board Governors of the American Psychological Association College of Professional Psychology

1995 Florida Psychological Association Early Career
Contributions to FPA

1984 Molly Harrower Award for outstanding achievement in the field of Clinical Psychology, University of Florida

1984 Award for psychological testing expertise in collaboration with North Florida Evaluation and Treatment Center contract, University of Florida

1979 Scholar of the College, Boston College

1979 B. A. magna cum laude, Boston College

Allied Medical Staff and Affiliations

Grant Center Hospital of North Central Florida,
Citra, Florida 1988-1992

North Florida Regional Medical Center, Gainesville,
Florida 1990 - present

Allied Staff Ocala Regional Medical Center 2009-

North Florida PHO, Member

Charter Springs Hospital,Ocala, Florida 1989 - 2000

Medical Associate as Psychologist for Department
of Psychiatry, Alachua General Hospital,
Gainesville, FL Dec. 93 - Oct 1997

Medical Associate to the Allied Health Staff as
Psychologist in the Department of Psychiatry
Shands at AGH. Oct 1997-Oct 2009

Nature Coast Hospital , Williston, FL 1999

Previous Experience

5/86- 5/89 Case Manager and Psychology Resident
Behavioral Health Associates

Allied Medical Staff, Grant Center Hospital

9/85- 9/86 Clinical Psychology Intern, Psychology Service
Veterans Administration Medical Center
Gainesville, Florida

Rotations: Neurology
Forensic Psychology
Alcohol and Drug Dependence Unit
Mental Hygiene Clinic
Inpatient Psychiatry

6/82-9/85 Psychology Assistant, University of Florida
Psychological and neuropsychological evaluation of
forensic patients at North Florida Evaluation and
Treatment Center, Gainesville, Florida

6/80-9/85 Practicum Student: Adult, child, neuropsychology,
medical psychology, alcohol and drug
Dept. of Clinical and Health Psychology,
University of Florida

6/79-6/82 Research Assistant, Dept. of Clinical and Health
Psychology, University of Florida

Community Service

Chapter Coordinator, Alachua Chapter Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder (1999-2000)

Treasurer, Alachua Chapter Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder (1991-1999)

Member, Sante Fe Community College Child Development Advisory Committee (1996-present )

Member, HRS District 3A Services Assessment Team (1990-1992)
Volunteer, McLean Hospital, Belmont Massachusetts
(1977-1979)

Professional Affiliations and Service

International Neuropsychological Society, Member

National Academy of Neuropsychology, Member

American College of Forensic Psychology, Member

American Psychological Association, Member

Florida Psychological Association, Member

Chapter Representative, Florida Psychological Association Board of Directors (1993-1999)

Secretary, Florida Psychological Association Neuropsychology Interest Division (1999-present)

Past-President, Florida Psychological Association Neuropsychology Interest Division (1998)

President, Florida Psychological Association Neuropsychology Interest Division (1995 -1997)

Insurance and Practice Chair, Florida Psychological Association (1993 - 1996)

President, North Central Florida Chapter, Florida Psychological Association (1992)

Publications:

Bordini, E.J., Chaknis, M.M., Ekman-Turner, R.M., & Perna, R.B. Advances and issues in the diagnostic differential of malingering versus brain injury. Neurorehabilitation 17 (2002) 93-104..

Perna, R. B., Bordini, E .J., Newman, S. A., Pharmacological Treatments: Considerations in Brain Injury. The Journal of Cognitive Rehabilitation. 2001,19(1), 4-7.

Perna, R. B., Bordini, E. J., Boozer, R. H., Mini-Mental Status Exam: Concurrent Validity with the Rey Complex Figure Test in a Geriatric Population with Depression. The Journal of Cognitive Rehabilitation 2001, 19(1), 4-7, 24-29.

Perna, R.B., Bordini, E. J. and Deinzer-Lifrak, M., A case of claimed persistent neuropsychological sequela of chronic formaldehyde exposure: Clinical, psychometric, and functional findings. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 2001 16(1), 33-44.

Perna R. B., Boozer, R., and Bordini, E.J. Cognitive screening and memory functioning: Does the Dementia Rating Scale predict impaired Wechsler Memory Scale-R performance? Journal of Rehabilitation Outcome Measures, 1999 3(1) 32-38.

Bordini, E.J., Insurance Matters, Neuropsychology Interest Div. and column contributor, Florida Psychologist (1993-1998)

Bordini, E. J., Tucker, J. A., Vuchinich, R. E., and Rudd, J. Alcohol consumption as a self-handicapping strategy in women. 1986, Journal of Abnormal Psychology 95(4), 346-349.

Tucker, J. A., Vuchinich, R. E., Bordini, E. J., and Sullwold, A. F. The generality of the stimulus-binding hypothesis across drinking behavior and task performance in alcoholics. 1982, Addictive Behaviors 7 (3), 303-306

Vuchinich, R. E., Bordini E. J., Tucker, J. A., and Sullwold, A. F. A comparison of alcoholics and nonalcoholics attributions for drinking behavior. 1982, American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 9 (1), 95-104

Vuchinich, R. E., Tucker, J. A., Bordini E. J., and Sullwold, A. F. Attributions of causality for drinking made by alcoholics and normal drinkers. 1981, Drug and Alcohol Dependence 8 (3), 201-206

Technical Advisor and contributing writer, Parents Today: Gainesville’s Premier Family Magazine, 1998-

Test Development

Silver, Kolitz-Russell, Bordini & Fairbanks Childrens Executive Function Scale (CEFS), unpublished rating scale, 1993

Presentations

Bordini E. J., Vuchinich, R. E., Tucker, J. A., and Sullwold, A. Attributions of causality for drinking behavior made by alcoholics and normal drinkers. Paper presented at the 27th Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, Atlanta, Georgia, March, 1981

Bordini E. J. Differential effects of social acceptance and social rejection on the performance of success-fearers and nonsuccess-fearers. Paper presented at the Thirty-Fourth Annual Meeting of the Florida Psychological Association, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, May 1981.

Sullwold, A. F., Tucker, J. A., and Bordini E. J. The generality of the stimulus-binding hypothesis to drinking behavior and task performance in alcoholics. Presented at the 28th Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, March 1982

Bordini, E. J., Vuchinich, R. E., and Sullwold, A. F. A comparison of alcoholics' and nonalcoholics' causal attributions for drinking behavior. Presented at the 28th Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, March 1982

Bordini, E.J., Canavan-Gumpert, D. and Gumpert P. Social acceptance, social rejection, and self-sabotage in success fearers. Presented at the Ninetieth Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Washington D. C., August 1982

Bordini, E. J. The self-defeating patient. Presented at Clinical Seminar, North Florida Evaluation and Treatment Center, Gainesville, Florida, February 1983

Bordini, E. J., Tucker, J. A., Vuchinich, R. E., and Rudd, E. Alcohol consumption as a self-handicapping strategy in females. Presented at the 29th Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, Atlanta, Georgia, March 1983.

Bordini, E.J., Grand Rounds, Case presentation regarding the neuropsychological assessment of attention deficit disorder. Grant Center Hospital, Citra, Florida, April, 1990

Bordini, E.J. Attention-deficit Disorder: Current perspectives, Presented at Mental Health Issues of the 90's. Gainesville, Florida, June, 1990.

Bordini, Ernest J., et al. Treatment team approach to Attention-deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. Presented at Grant Center Hospital, Citra, Florida Jan 24, 1992,

Bordini, Ernest J. Suicide risk management. North Central Florida Chapter of the Florida Psychological Association. Gainesville, FL March 12, 1993,

Bordini, Ernest J. Suicide risk management, Veterans Administration Medical Center, Gainesville, FL, November, 1993

Bordini, Ernest J. Attention-deficit Disorder: Assessment and treatment approaches. Presented at the Convention of the Florida Psychological Association, Clearwater, FL Jan. 1994

Bordini, Ernest J. Neuropsychological Assessment: Basic principles and techniques. Vista Pavilion, Gainesville, FL Feb 1994

Bordini, Ernest J. Suicide risk management for the older client. GRECC Geriatrics/Gerontology Lecture Series, VA Medical Center, Gainesville, Fl March 1994

Bordini, Ernest J. Practices and pitfalls in the neuropsychological assessment of mild head injury. Presented at a meeting of the Gainesville Ocala Claims Association Meeting. Gainesville, FL May 10, 1994

Bordini, Ernest J. Social skills and group approaches to ADHD. Presented at the N.C. FL. Chapter of FPA CEU workshop series, Gainesville, Florida, August 5, 1994

Bordini, Ernest J. Psychological and Neuropsychological Issues. Presented at the Florida Association of Rehabilitation Professionals in the Private Sector / Division of Worker's Compensation Rehabilitation Provider Workshop, Tampa, FL. October 11, 1994

Woody, R and Bordini, E Dealing with the Dangerous and Suicidal Patient: Records and Protective Measures, Florida Psychological Association Orlando, FL, Dec 3, 1994

Bordini, Ernest, J. Psychological service delivery in the managed care environment. Presented at the Capitol Chapter of FPA Meeting, Tallahassee, FL, April 6, 1995

Bordini, Ernest, J. Evaluation of PTSD in Civil Litigation: Practice and Pitfalls. Presented at the N.C. FL. Chapter of FPA CEU workshop series, Gainesville, Florida, Nov 17, 1995

Bordini, E.J. Three D’s of ADHD and Emotionally Handicapped: Definition, Diagnosis, Difference. Presented at SEDNET III, May , 1996 Gainesville FL, and May 15, 1996 Lake City, FL.

Bordini, E.J. An exploration into Attention-deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Jungian types. Invited presentation, Myers Briggs Lunch Group, Center ofr Application of Psychological Type, Jan 13, 1998, Gainesville FL.

Bordini, E.J. Social Skills deficits and treatment of children with ADHD. Presented at the Alachua County ChaDD Chapter Meeting, January 1999, Gainesville, FL

Bordini, E.J. Psychological and Psychiatric Factors in Treatment and Assessment of Injury Claims. Invited presentation to the North Central District Association of Rehabilitation Nurses. February 18, 1999 Ocala Florida

Bordini, E.J. University of Florida Town Hall Discussion, Managing Managed Care in the 21st Century: Research and Practice, Invited Panel Participant, Gainesville, FL July 14, 2000

Bordini, E.J. Ethical and Legal Standards Regarding Post Doctoral Supervision in Florida, Invited Presentation at the Veterans Administration Medical Center, Gainesville FL, July 21, 2000

Bordini, E.J. Supervision: The good, the bad, and the ugly. Research and experience in psychology supervision. Invited Presentation at the Veterans Administration Medical Center, Gainesville FL, July 28, 2000


Offices in Gainesville and Ocala.

2121 NW 40th Terr. Suite B, Gainesville Fl 32605

(352) 336-2888


CPANCF DOMAINS ALL RIGHTS RESERVED